Can i quit my job by not showing up?
Yes, yes you could. And it is a Good Choice quit; but not the way to do it. Not showing up is called "Abandoning" the job. Just call the boss and say you have other better prospects. You do not need the personal number of the Boss, Just call the Store and ask for the boss, Leave a Message. Working "off the books" would have cheated you, more than the Government avoidance of Income Taxes. 1. No FICA contribution by the employer, lowers your average pay for retirement (so many years from now.) 2. No Unemployment Coverage, the boss will not be paying into the Unemployment Insurance plan. 3. No Medical or Workman's Compensation Payments, if you got injured on the job you would be out of luck twice. Since you were not Legally Hired, do not list this job on any applications for work. That is Unless you do get a valid Pay Check for time worked in training.
No, but you can get fired by not showing up.
you are an at-will employee. This means that you can quit for any reason or no reason at all with or without notice. and in turn they can fire you for any reason with or without notice as long as its not discrimination. If you want to burn that bridge and dont intend to list them as references anyway, it doesnt matter much. But you will face no legal trouble for simply dissappearing off the job.
Just call them and tell them you found another job and you won't be coming back. You've only worked there for 2 days, so there's no need to give them notice. Should take you 5 minutes. However, unless you're getting paid everyday, you probably won't get paid for the two days of training.
They Pelted Us With Rocks And Garbage
yes Bit of a ***** move though.
That's how I quit one years ago.
At least have the courage to write an exit letter explaining why you're leaving the job. Use any excuse you want.
It will reflect on you for any other work you apply for, that you quit by no show and not trying to get in touch......... nothing stops you phoning and telling them rather than not showing up as you know where the place is.... as for your mental health issues you can do something about those and the first place to start is to see your own doctor
Pascal the Gambler
You can, but it's very unprofessional.
No, but doing so would result in you getting fired. You may not have the manager's number but chances are he shows up well before opening, give the pizzeria a call and if he is not there, leave a message.
Don't ruin your clean record as a respectful and responsible person.
Thats not quitting. If you don't turn up, you're still an employee, but they will fire you. Being fired is different from quitting, and can have very different consequences for you.